Curator: Gregory Volk, Associate Professor
Sebastiaan Bremer (The Netherlands/US), chameckilerner (Brazil/US), Mónica de la Torre (Mexico/US), Klara Hobza (Czech Republic/Germany), Matt King, Associate Professor and Department Chair (US), Ashley Lyon, MFA alumna (US), Ati Maier (Germany/US), Ander Mikalson (US), Bruce Pearson (US), Ragna Róbertsdóttir (Iceland), Roman Signer (Switzerland), Skawennati (Canada), Tavares Strachan (Bahamas/US), Fred Tomaselli (US), Sarah Walker (US), Holly Zausner (US)
July 1–August 14, 2015
Opening: Wednesday, July 1, 6–8pm
Jane Lombard Gallery
518 West 19th St
New York, NY 10011
Els Jardins Inquiets / The Restless Gardens, curated by Ester Partegàs, opens June 13th and runs till October 11th, 2015, at the Centre d’Art La Panera in Lleida, Spain.
Inman Gallery is pleased to present a hundred twenty six billion acres, an exhibition of new work by Michael Jones McKean spanning both galleries. This will be McKean’s second solo show with Inman, opening Friday, May 29th with a reception from 6:00 to 8:00pm, and continuing through July 11th.
3901 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77002
Rooftop, International House of Japan
Date: Saturday, July 25, 2015
Time: 6:00 – 9:30pm
11 Sessions, beginning every 20 minutes
Limited to 9 persons per session / Duration: 10 min.
Reservations strongly recommended
Recommended age: adults and young adults http://www.i-house.or.jp/eng/programs/af20150425g/
Join us after dark on the rooftop of the I-House, for George Ferrandi’s Star!Star!Star!Circle! – an experience that is somewhere between a celestial bed-time story and a séance. Through carefully synchronized headsets, 9 participants at a time will become both quiet listeners and stellar performers in a 10-minute narrative experiment centered on dramatic changes in the night sky.
Co-sponsored by the Japan-US Friendship Commission
www.i-house.or.jp（The International House of Japan)
International House of Japan
5-11-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Irvin Morazan, 2014-15 Fountainhead Fellow in Sculpture
Emmy Thelander, 2014-15 Fountainhead Fellow in Painting
April 10 – May 30, 2015
Opening reception for the artists: Friday, April 10, 7 – 9 pm
1514 West Main Street
Wednesday, April 1 – Sunday, May 17, 2015
Opening March 31, 2015 at 7:30pm. Free admission.
Tel 934 427 171
1708 Gallery’s Annual Art Auction
Tom Chenoweth – MFA 1976 / Morgan Herrin – BFA 2002 / Matt King – Acting Chair / Matt Lively – BFA 1993 / Chris Mahonski – MFA 2009 / Matt Spahr – MFA 2006 / Robert Walz – BFA 2005
John B. Ravenal
Executive Director of deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Former Sydney and Frances Lewis Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2015, 7 TO 10 P.M.
1708 GALLERY, 319 W. BROAD ST.
black tie or artful dress
Join us for an evening of food, drink, and enthusiastic bidding!
Proceeds support 1708 Gallery’s 36th year of presenting exceptional new art.
CABIN FEVER will include Live and Silent Art Auctions with works by an outstanding group of artists and will feature a special selection of works by LA-based artist Kristin Calabrese. In addition 1708 will offer a limited edition Cabin Fever letterpress print designed by Nashville’s legendary Hatch Show Print Shop. Auction artwork will be on view at 1708 Gallery from Friday, February 13 through Saturday, February 21. Please visit www.1708gallery.org for more information.
Pam Anderson Sutherland Nicole Andreoni Katie Baines Andras Bality Paloma Barhaugh-Bordas Tenley Beazley Brad Birchett Karen Blair Genesis Chapman Tom Chenoweth Suzanna Fields Bill Fisher Travis Fullerton Ed Gross Harrison Haynes Kathryn Henry-Choisser Morgan Herrin Brooke Inman Susan Jamison Rosemary Jesionowski Matt King Aaron Koehn Andrew Kozlowski Michael Lease Matt Lively Sharon Madanes Christopher Mahonski Anthony Meloro Sarah Rebekah Byrd Mizer Brittany Nelson Amie Oliver Michael Birch-Pierce Justin James Reed Charlotte Rodenberg Eleanor Rufty Paul Ryan Alyssa Salomon Mary Scurlock Jon Sheridan Ben Sloat Matt Spahr Gordon Stettinius Georgianne Stinnett Leigh Suggs Javier Tapia Randy Toy Ed Trask Kendra Wadsworth Robert Walz Erin Willett Willie Anne Wright Sarah Yoder
ADA Gallery Presents: George Terry–BFA 2006 (Featuring George Ferrandi–BFA 1994 and Katrina Fimmel–BFA 1994): “You Can’t Go Home” and/ Sarah Bednarek–MFA 2005–”Symmetryyrtemmys”
Opening Feb. 6 from 7-9pm and runs through March 7th.
I am very excited to announce the exhibition of “You Can’t Go Home”. An interview project, with artists in their homes, in fog. The video installation speaks about home and where/how it exists for artists living in New York City.
Threads of subject matter oscillate between murky-grey areas of discussion in a similar manner to the way the word “home” itself transforms meaning.
“Home” can time travel in a single paragraph, often referring to a place that existed in the past when we look back to a point of origin, the present when we think of where we currently “hang our hat,” and to the future when we dream of the home we one day hope to inhabit. The word connotes geography, architecture, people, and an accumulation of experiences.
New York City seems to magnify a conflict of “home.” Home tends to shift, change and vanish at times anywhere one lives, but in New York it can happen with a harsh frequency. Artists in this city come from vastly different backgrounds and locations, and home can manifest in a vaporous, paradoxical way.
Artists interviewed include:
Esteban Del Valle
Adam Parker Smith
Thank you to John Pollard and ADA Gallery in Richmond, Virginia.
*On view in conjunction with Kirsten Kindler & Sarah Bednarek:
opens Friday Feb. 6, 2015 (7-9pm)
My very best,
Join 1708 Gallery for “Assembler”, a night of conversation about our current exhibition, “Super / Natural”, on Monday, February 2, 2015. A facilitator will lead a group discussion with the audience starting with basic questions as a way to create a dialogue about the art on view. From here, participants work together to assemble the meaning of the art work shown in the gallery. Michael Jones McKean, artist and Associate Professor at VCU’s Dept. of Sculpture and Extended Media, will be facilitating the discussion.
“Super / Natural”, the exhibition we’ll be discussing, features work by Derek Coté, Adam Farcus, Christopher Mahonski, Liz Rodda, and Stephanie Roland. Themes of alchemy and magic, science fiction and new age spiritualism play across the works of these 5 artists. More information about “Super / Natural”, can be found at www.1708gallery.org.
“Assembler” is FREE and open to all ages. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the discussion begins at 6:00 pm. Please RSVP to Gallery Coordinator Janelle Proulx at firstname.lastname@example.org.